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I motioned the court to find my ex in contempt. I provided all necessary evidence to satisfy the elements of contempt and my ex didn't provide a response but showed up to the hearing. The commissioner rescheduled the hearing date for two weeks and ordered her to go see the public defender. I specifically didn't request imprisonment on the paperwork to avoid this outcome. I feel confident on my case, but if my ex does get representation, is there a case to point out that this is an irregularity or some type of bias?When my ex was served, she texted me a response indicating that she received everything and was glad that I went through all the trouble of filing the motion. It's obviously sarcastic and appears to mock the court order and I think would help demonstrate contempt. However, because I didn't receive this until after service, I am wondering If I can bring this to our rescheduled hearing. Would I need to serve her again?